Objectives & Action Plans

Know Our Best Education

For Classes III to V

A - Values

Goal: To lay a strong foundation of values in students.


Strategies to be Adopted / Organized

Evidence of Achievement

To promote honest behavior of students in their daily activities.

1. One minute meditation before each period.
2. Monitoring self discipline in the absence of teachers.

1. Improved performance in test and examinations.
2. Readiness to accept deficiencies or mistakes.

To inculcate humility in students in their interactions.

1. Role play to be done in the class to sensitive students.
2. Periodic observation, evaluation and feedback on behavior.

1. Improved adjustment among students in the bus and other places.
2. Use of words of humility more frequently by students.

To create a sense of gratitude and encourage its spontaneous expression.

1. List and display a set of school situations when gratitude is to be expressed.
2. Observe and appreciate the expression of gratitude.

1. More use of the words 'Thank you'.
2. Expression of gratitude through Thank You Cards.

To encourage disciplined behavior during lunch hours.

1. Play light instrumental music during lunch hour.

1. More orderly movement and less talk among students.

B - Physical Skills

Goal: To make the students physically fit and enable them to discover and develop their physical potentials.


Strategies to be Adopted / Organized

Evidence of Achievement

To develop the habit of regular exercise for physical fitness.

1. Conduct PT, Aerobics and Yoga regularly.
2. To monitor the students habit formation.

1. Reduction in the number of children reporting at infirmary due to illness.
2. Less absence due to sickness.

To enable the students to achieve excellence in games at a later stage.

1. Providing facility for games of different types and observing for talent.
2. Organize occasional competitions.

1. Improved performance is games (at individual level)

To develop a team spirit among students.

1. Organize group-games and group-activities.

1. Less disputes and more collaborative behavior before, during and after the team-games / activities.

C - Intellectual Skills

Goal: To develop cognitive abilities of students for better performance in academic and co-curricular areas.


Strategies to be Adopted / Organized

Evidence of Achievement

To develop observation skill in students.

1. Organize activities such memory games, brain ticklers, etc.
2. Use of Art.

1. Improvement performance in tasks that require observation skill.
2. More accurate description of events, things, etc.

To develop public speaking skill in students.

1. Two minute class talks during home period.
2. Conduct assembly in a structured format, evaluate and give feedback.

1. Improved performance in assembly talk.
2. Improved performance in debate, discussion, etc.

To develop creative thinking skill in students.

1. Organize activities such as drawing based on every day observation.
2. Assign taste that stimulates creativity.

1. Better performance is art and craft work.
2. Seeking lees guidance in creative work.

To create awareness about Indian culture.

1. Making presentation on Indian culture during life skill and G.K. Period.
2. Use dance and music as vehicle for spreading cultural awareness.

1. More inclination to choose Indian culture as a theme for drawing, talk, writing, etc.
2. Inclination to read more books on Indian culture.

D - Life Skills

Goal: To enhance the skills of children to deal with the demands of everyday life comfort and confidence.


Strategies to be Adopted / Organized

Evidence of Achievement

To develop self awareness of students.

1. Conduct yoga and meditation.

1. Improvement is the use of words, tone and body language.
2. Less complaint about peers.

To develop problem solving skill.

1. To use puzzles / problem solving in teaching and evaluation.

1. Improved performance in taste that requires this skill.

To develop decision making skills.

1. Give chance students to resolve conflict among class mates.

1. Increased interest in executing class decision.
2. Less number of contested decisions.